Working in partnership with Calderdale Council, the ‘Quit and Get Fit’ initiative offers local people who have stopped smoking for 4 weeks with the service, a free 7 day pass to local leisure and sports centres including:
Halifax Swimming Pool
North Bridge Leisure Centre
Sowerby Bridge Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre
Todmorden Sports Centre
Brighouse Leisure Centre
Yorkshire Smokefree Calderdale offer a range of resources to help people quit that you can pick and mix to suit you including telephone support, face to face sessions and an online quitting programme.
If you would like to quit smoking call Yorkshire Smokefree on 0800 612 00 11 free from a landline or 0330 660 116 free from most mobiles, or visit www.yorkshiresmokefree.nhs.uk
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Pattern: Part Time, Term Time
Salary: £7.85 per hour
Hours per week: 15
Closing date Friday 21 August 2015
The School requires a Housekeeping Assistant to join the housekeeping team and part of the job includes laundry and sewing skills using an industrial machine.
The successful applicant could be expected to work on the Schools’ directed days and may also be required to work up to two weekends per year if needed. You should be able to support your application with proof of relevant experience.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service background check.
The Greetland Academy has a designated meeting room which can comfortably house up to 24 people fully equipped with IT facilities and it is available for community use both during the day and for evening events.
The academy can also offer refreshments ranging from tea, coffee and biscuits to full buffets and meals as well as a hall and gym facilities for larger events.
The Big Lottery Fund have £30 million available and are looking to fund projects from Voluntary or community organisations that draw on the strengths and personal experiences of people facing hardship so that they can overcome immediate difficulties and be ready for opportunities and challenges ahead… Further information
The walk to Elland Back 2015 is a challenging 20 mile circular route to walk or run on Sunday 4 October 2015.
There are regular checkpoints, spectacular countryside views and hot food at the end. This event is organaised and run by Elland Round Table volunteers.
* 20 mile supported circular route from Greetland in West Yorkshire
* Stunning panoramic views over the foothills of the Pennines, Calderdale Valley and West Yorkshire
* Entry fee includes refreshments en route, hot food at the finish and signed certificate
* STARTS AT 8.00 A.M. (LATER START FOR RUNNERS – 9.30 A.M.)
Where is the new venue?
Since 2014 the new Start/finish point is at Heath RUFC which is in a place known locally as West Vale. The official address is actually North Dean, Stainland Road, Greetland, West Yorkshire, HX4 8LS
Are runners allowed?
Yes, we do allow runners to take part, but we do ask that you adhere to the later start time so we can make sure the checkpoints are manned in time.
When does the event start?
Registration will open at 7.30am, with walkers departing between 8.00 and 8.30am, and runners at 9.30am
How do I get further information about the event or Round Table?
Contact our Chairman by email email at email@example.com or visit our website